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    Junior Member Kerry Ritter's Avatar
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    http://mystlbands.com/

    The content (the images are for testing) works perfectly in internet explorer, but Firefox displays it very oddly. Any ideas? I've tried re-coding it 4 different ways with the same results.

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    I've looked at it in IE, FF and Chrome and they all looks the same to me. What is the exact problem, can you be more specific?
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    For me, the content is offcentered to the left and then down. The "content" would be that big stream of images. It also overflows outside of the layout boundries. This only seems to happen in Firefox.

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    I looked at it in Chrome, and the "news calendar" image overflows to the bottom, and continues on for quite a while.
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    Junior Member Kerry Ritter's Avatar
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    ^ Okay, problem occurs in Firefox and Chrome... lol. No idea how to solve it.

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    Hmm.. It worked for my in IE too. I think I know the problem. Check this:
    http://gtwebdev.com/workshop/floats/...ing-floats.php
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    Your content is being pushed down because of the padding-right:80px.

    Remember that padding affects the overall width of an element. Subtract 80 from the width of the div, and it should jump up where it's supposed to be.
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    Damn...Ronald Roe is gooooood. I've read a few of his posts now. Ronald: please reach 25 posts so that you can have a signature so that I can see your stuff in action. I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who will want to, either.

    Kerry: alternatively, you could reduce the width of your #right div by 80 pixels or greater, assuming your content will fit into it. Either way will work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 203501
    Damn...Ronald Roe is gooooood. I've read a few of his posts now. Ronald: please reach 25 posts so that you can have a signature so that I can see your stuff in action. I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who will want to, either.
    Game - Hope this is not out of line - here you go. (gotta love that Google thing..)
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    That's a first...a non-graphic US flag.
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